55 Midtown Bridge Approach in Hackensack — Courtesy: NAI James E. Hanson
By Joshua Burd
A tenant at an auto repair building in Hackensack is planning to expand after buying the 22,000-square-foot property, in a newly announced deal by NAI James E. Hanson.
According to the brokerage team, Globe Tire Services will use the location at 55 Midtown Bridge Approach to add full-service body paint and repair businesses. NAI Hanson’s Anthony J. Cassano represented the buyer and the seller, 55 Bridge Management LLC, noting that the freestanding building currently houses maintenance and car wash services.
“This deal further underscores our team’s unique ability to construct marketing strategies that generate significant demand for retail spaces in areas of strong and fast-moving development across New Jersey,” Cassano said. “We were happy to lean on our significant experience in Hackensack to bring this transaction across the finish line and help a business expand their operations as the city continues its strong growth.”
Cassano added that the retail building, which sits on 1.5 acres, provides quick access to major roadways and retailers such as CVS Pharmacy, McDonald’s and AutoZone. The building also has more than 30 parking spaces and is adjacent to the high-profile Print House project on the former site of the Bergen Record, along with other large-scale projects in the city’s downtown redevelopment zone.